Mount Everest Expedition

55 Days

Climbing Mount Everest offers thrilling experiences and achievements for many mountaineers. Its towering height of 8,848 m (29,029 ft) symbolizes the apex of human endeavor. Additionally, climbing Everest provides an unparalleled opportunity to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas. Since the first successful ascent in 1953, many climbers have attempted to achieve the same goal.

Climbing Everest is not an easy task; however, it is possible with proper planning, training, and preparation. We, as a professional trekking and expedition operator based in Nepal, offer a customized expedition program. Pre-climbing training is most essential, which can include some indoor training, buildup training on other 7000m+ mountains (such as Himlung Himal or Mount Manaslu), or on some smaller peaks (i.e., Mera Peak, Island Peak, Mont Blanc, etc.). Buildup training plays a key role in the success of an Everest expedition. Along with proper climbing gear and clothing, which are essential for success. 

Weather conditions change dramatically and are unpredictable. We follow internationally recognized weather forecast reports to make our expedition plan.

Our international mountain instructor (IFMGA guide) leads the expedition team. Also, we manage 1:1 professional and experienced Sherpa guides for each member and can manage more as per client requirements. During the expedition, we offer the opportunity to climb Lobuche for the best buildup training. It takes only a week to complete but provides ample acclimatization and training.

We take care of Mt. Everest expedition members from the moment they arrive in Kathmandu. They are accommodated for 3 nights in a 3-5-star hotel on a B&B basis. Upon the arrival of our climbing members on the first day, we offer a welcome dinner and a short briefing about the further program. On the following day, our IFMGA guide checks the climbing gear and clothing; if needed, you can rent or hire them.